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Old 04-08-2019, 02:46 PM   #1
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One Antenna, Two Antennae, Four Antennae

How to Mount WeBoost with Minimal Hole in RV.
That we my old thread.

This is the new thread. Better than WeBoost in most cases
WeBoost reserved for really low signal levels
MIMO beats WeBoost under most ordinary signal Levels

Now I have added Verizon MiFi:
4 Antenae (8800L has 4 built in Antennae and Class 18)
Works best under most reasonable distances
2 Antennae MIMO
NetGear - Super Fast setup - Directional 2x2 MIMO
Adheres to a window
So Easy and Low Cost
Poynting Directional 2x2 MIMO
External - 8 dB Gain

Weboost can be set up with
Directional (Yagi)
But only get to use single antenna in each case
Does provide indoor LTE for Cell phones whereas MiFi is Just WiFi

Minimal holes in Airstream
Drilled out old Satellite F-Connector
Replaced with N-Type so I could use LMR400 outdoors
Drilled two more small holes for SMA-Female-Bulkhead
Can easily be replaced by another Furrion Outside Enclosure in the future putting Airstream back to factory orignal with just one Furrion enclosure

Added SureCall Meter to make aiming directional antennae super easy.

Last item: Little stand for MiFi to get it above railing of window sill.

Many Many thanks go out to RV Mobile Internet (Chris and Cherie)
I encourage everyone to Join their web site if anyone wants a better understanding of how to get good cell coverage in an Airstream.
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Old 04-23-2019, 04:43 PM   #2
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how much access is available to run the antenna wires on the inside? behind the furrion OEM inlet cable/sat? what did you use for your antenna mast/tripod? Kudos to RV Mobile Internet (Chris and Cherie) also a member! Thanks for the pictures and the write up. You mentioned an old thread how do I find that. I'm new here.
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